Students of all ages and professions, from over 100 different countries, have come to study English at the University of Miami Intensive English Program. We value our students' uniqueness and diversity. We also understand, however, that studying overseas for the first time can be challenging. That's why at the IEP students can rely on our faculty and administrative staff for friendly advice and guidance. We're here to help students feel at ease and adjust more comfortably to the language and culture of the United States. Additionally, IEP students have access to many of the services offered by other offices around campus.

Advising Services

Information and help may be obtained from staff and faculty regarding travel, religious centers, shopping, licenses and insurance, automobiles, campus clubs, tutoring, etc. Learn more about advising services

Council of International Students and Organizations (COISO)

COISO represents the needs and interests of our international student body, which comprises over 12% of the total student population. COISO is also the umbrella organization for over 30 international student organizations. COISO organizes events such as International Week and United Nations Day, retreats, excursions and other social events for international students. Learn more about COISO

Health

The UM Student Health Center provides primary care, specialty care and pharmacy services to eligible University of Miami students. The UM Counseling Center helps student to achieve their academic goals through providing high quality personal, career, and academic counseling and educational programs. Disability Services at the Academic Resource Center provides academic services and support to ensure that students with documented disabilities are able to access and participate in the opportunities available at the University of Miami. Learn more about UM's health services

TOEFL and Other Exams

The IEP offers the Institutional TOEFL (PBT) exam once each semester. The score results from this exam are accepted only at the University of Miami. There are additional opportunities to take the internet-based TOEFL (iBT) as well as other exams, including the GMAT, the GRE, and the LSAT at local testing centers in Miami. Learn about testing in Miami

Student Services